2015 Chevy Colorado: Five Things You Should Know

2015 Chevy Colorado: Five Things You Should Know

3. Manual Transmission

While most of these trucks will be fitted with a six-speed automatic, a manual transmission will be offered, with a few caveats.

Only extended cab work trim two-wheel drive trucks fitted with a four-cylinder engine will be available with the stick shift, a bid from GM to make sure that fleet buyers will be satisfied.

Those qualifications will deter most buyers from the manual model, but those looking for a cheap, fuel-efficient, bare bones pickup truck will still have the option to row their own gears.

  • LLOYD.

    now they got it rite…way to go GM,,,

  • Jeffrey McCollum

    The truck is good and been on the market in most of the world for 2 years. America won’t get all the engine choices that are available and there are a few more modern trucks out there, but it does seem like a good one, just not sure it the “Rite” one

  • haha

    looks like both these truckers can’t spell

  • SS1500

    I noticed there is no blue for exterior color. Is there going to be a regular cab? How much H.P for the 6 cy?

  • M

    Was interested in the diesel uniting I read it will be made in Thailand. No thanks.

  • john

    There is a laser blue color available and the V6 puts out 302HP

  • Danny

    When will I be able to purchase this truck in Florida?

  • john

    Never GM announced that Florida will not receive this new truck.

  • alex

    price

  • Barry

    THAILAND!? What is that country’s track record for this type of manufacturing? Any estimates on MPG with 4W in the various engine and trim combinations? And has GM figured out that stupid low tire pressure warning light?